Home Inspection Services
Inside & Out Property Home Inspector in st Augustine do more than just a home inspection. New construction inspections, 11-month warranty inspections and pre-drywall inspections are just a few of the inspections that we offer.
We also offer infrared inspections and deck inspections.
St. Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied American city, is the oldest. Spanish explorers established it on 1565. It is the county seat in St. Johns County and is part of the Jacksonville Metropolitan Area.
According to the most recent census data, the city has approximately 13,700 inhabitants. However, estimates of outlying areas increase this number to around 70,000. The majority of the city’s population is Caucasians. Approximately 84.2% identify as Caucasian/white. 11.6% of the population were African-Americans, while 5.1% were Hispanics or Latino. Native Americans and Pacific Islanders are two other minority groups.
Transport & Transit Infrastructure
The Sunshine Bus Company provides bus services, while the Northeast Florida Regional Airport serves the city. The closest major airport is Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), 40 miles from the city via I-95.
Passenger vehicles are the main mode of transport, but there is limited public transit. Many major Floridian roads connect St. Augustine, including I-95, US Route 1 and State Road 1A1, and 16.
Education & Schooling
St. Johns County School district oversees secondary and primary education. Schools include Pedro Menendez High School and St. Johns Technical High School. The city’s west side is home to St. Joseph Academy, Florida’s oldest Catholic high school.
Many regional higher education institutions, such as Flagler College and St. Johns River State College. Jacksonville University and the University of North Florida can also be found nearby.
Culture & Leisure
Because it was established more than five centuries ago, St. Augustine is home to many historic neighborhoods and monuments. Historic churches and forts are worth a visit, along with the World Golf Hall of Fame, the St. Augustine Amphitheater and the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine.
St. Augustine has a humid subtropical climate. It is warm and sunny all year, with 2900 hours of sunlight annually. Summer highs reach the upper 80s and lower 90s, while winter lows range from the upper 60s and low 70s.
Economy & Growth
St. Augustine’s unemployment rate is 3.7%. There is a projected job growth of 40% over the next ten years. The following are major drivers of economic growth:
* Technical and scientific services
* Tourism, hospitality, food services
* Education services
* Arts, entertainment, recreation
Florida’s Historic City is Unique!
St. Augustine, Florida, is a wonderful place to live. It has low crime rates and a great job outlook. There are also plenty of historic buildings and cultural sites.